Category: Dr. John D. Burrow

Femoroacetabular Impingement

Dr. Burrow demonstrating the knee to a patient

John D. Burrow, DO Hip Impingement or Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI) happens when the bones that comprise the hip joint are shaped abnormally.  A person can be born with this defect, it can develop as a teenager or show up later in life.  Either the ball of the femur or the socket of the pelvis (acetabulum)… Read more »

Having a Knee Replacement as a Diabetic – What you Need to Know

Dr. John Burrow

Americans are living longer and as a result are demanding a higher quality of life as they age.  That means they are having to contend with some of the illness and conditions often associated with aging while at the same time trying to maintain, repair or replace the body parts that are wearing out.  It… Read more »

Avascular Necrosis (AVN) of the Hip

Dr. John Burrow

Avascular Necrosis is a medical term that means a loss of blood supply causing bone tissue death.  While it can happen anywhere in the body there is bone, it is most often seen in the hip.  This is because the hip joint blood supply is retrograde (against flow) and is dependent on channels within the… Read more »

OSC First in Virginia to Offer In-Home ROMtech Portable Connect Bikes for Total Knee Replacement Patients

    Dr. Boyd Haynes and Dr. John Burrow are excited to offer their Total Knee Replacement patients ROMtech Portable Connect Bikes for in-home use during recovery after surgery.  The ROMtech bikes are proven to help patients achieve a better range of motion, greater extension, faster recovery and an overall better rehabilitation experience following knee… Read more »

Congratulations to OSC’s Top Docs for 2020!

Join us in congratulating Orthopaedic and Spine Center’s Top Docs for 2020!  These physicians were chosen by their physician peers in a survey conducted by Coastal Virginia Magazine.  Meet the OSC Physicians Chosen as Coastal Virginia Magazine Top Docs 2020     Pictured L to R – Robert J. Snyder, MD • Joel D. Stewart,… Read more »

COVID-19 Update on In-office Procedures at OSC

  Effective today, May 1, 2020, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has approved the resumption of elective surgical and in-office procedures which were postponed due to the COVID-19 crisis.  OSC will now reschedule patients for any in-office procedures that were postponed and will begin scheduling new patient procedures. We know this will be welcome news for… Read more »

What You Can do Now to Prepare for Your Postponed Knee Replacement

Dr. Burrow demonstrating the knee to a patient

  John D. Burrow, DO I’m hearing a lot of pent up frustration from my patients about having their knee replacement surgeries postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic.  I hear things like, “They just don’t know how much pain I’m in” or “I can barely walk, how much longer do I have to wait?” or… Read more »

Is it Time for my Hip Joint to be Replaced?

John D. Burrow, DO A question I’m often asked by my patients is “How will I know when it’s time for a hip replacement?” As their orthopaedic physician, I tell them, “You’ll know when it’s time and you’ll tell me when you are ready”.  Why do I say that?  I believe that my job is… Read more »

Do I have Hip Arthritis? The Two Main Symptoms to Know

John D. Burrow, DO As a fellowship-trained Orthopaedic specialist, I spent years in medical school learning how to diagnose musculoskeletal conditions.  Some issues are easily diagnosed with x-rays and a physical exam, and others require some detective work on my part.  Hip arthritis is one of those diagnoses where the symptoms can be misleading. Pain… Read more »

Three Non-surgical Ways to Treat Your Knee Arthritis

John D. Burrow, DO As a fellowship-trained Joint Replacement Specialist, I see people every day for consultations about their painful knee arthritis.  While I’m happy to expertly perform knee replacement surgeries for my patients who need them, I always advise against doing surgery until absolutely necessary.  “Absolutely Necessary” means different things to different patients, as… Read more »